Was Steve Jobs Jewish?

No, Steve Jobs, who passed away today, was not a Jew.

The brilliant visionary genius, who was Apple CEO until August, practiced Buddhism. He was born to Catholic and Muslim biological parents, Joanne Carole Schieble and Abdulfattah John Jandali, and was adopted and brought up by Christian parents, Paul and Clara Jobs, according to sources.

Jobs was appointed chairman of the board at Apple in August. He was 56 and battled cancer for several years.

Steve Jobs' impact on the world of technology was immeasurable. He changed the world at large for the better. He transcended all categorization. God bless his beautiful soul.


Anonymous said...

What a gifted human being!
His gifts changed the world. I wish his family and friends fond memories of a wonderful man! He is up there with Einstein, Edison, and Galileo!
G-d bless his soul!

neverknowthis said...

im sorry but i think he was partly jewish